Winner of the 2018 First Time Buyers Readers’ Award and the 2019 Planning Award for Placemaking at High Densities, and shortlisted in the 2019 RIBA Awards, 2018 Planning Awards and the 2017 Sunday Times British Homes Awards, Lanterna is the ‘pearl’ of Fish Island Village in east London’s creative heartland.
Working in partnership with Islington Council to revive the high street area, with various shop and restaurant refurbishments, as part of a £2m scheme.
A new church and community complex on Slough’s greenbelt creates a bold civic landmark and provides new high-quality housing.
The first custom-built comedy venue to open in London for 20 years, 2Northdown – named after its address in Somers Town – features flexible, hireable spaces and a charismatic street presence.
A successful change-of-land-use planning application brings an award-winning new neighbourhood to Caledonian Road, injecting life into a neglected area and dramatically improving the public realm.
Described as "London's coolest theatre" by Harper's Magazine, the project included a substantial rethink of the front-of-house spaces to improve usability and express the democratic outlook of the Royal Court.
Winner of the Sunday Times Best Affordable Housing Development, this project for Peabody has set the standard for infill developments emerging from its acclaimed design framework.
A radical departure from the traditional loft conversion achieved an extraordinary master bedroom suite in a Victorian terraced house.
Baytouna is the first phase of our UN-backed masterplan for a new affordable, green city on the West Bank in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Transforming undercroft garages into new homes and improving the streetscene and safety of Barnsbury Housing Association’s estate at Morland Mews.
Featuring extensive engagement with the local community, the quality of this infill development for Peabody was recognised with a shortlisting in the 2017 Planning Awards.
We designed a competition-winning proposed masterplan for Transport for London. The concept design focuses on Peckham's creative quarter incorporating the historic Bussey Building and Copeland Park industrial site.
The award-winning transformation of Grade I-listed King’s Cross Station restored it as a major London landmark following years of neglect and ill-considered extensions.
This mixed-use development on historic railway land in Primrose Hill was strongly supported by the Conservation Area Committee and won planning permission in less than two minutes.
Our masterplan for TfL regenerates railway arches to provide new pedestrian links and retail spaces in a thriving part of south London.
Using Building Information Modelling (BIM) to convert a listed Victorian house into five social rental homes for Metropolitan housing association.
A creative design concept and careful conservation work combine to transform this historic riding school into a vibrant cultural complex comprising bar, restaurant, co-working and performance space.
Lyndon Goode has been working with the Quartet (UN, EU, US and Russia) and UNDP to develop affordable housing proposals in the Middle East.
Bringing an historic theatre back to life for the benefit of new work and audiences after decades of severe neglect.
This competition-winning design for an inclusive, mixed-use crossing at Lofthouse Square in Fish Island creates a new local landmark and generates opportunities for start-ups.
A new shop front and full interior redesign overseen by Lyndon Goode, for the bustling and successful charity shop located on the Archway gyratory.
The development of a new embassy – the first building in Algeria to achieve a BREEAM rating – involved conservation work on the adjacent heritage Ambassador’s residence.
A jewel-like extension ‘hovers’ on the rear elevation of a Victorian home in east London.
Retail is at the heart of the acclaimed King’s Cross Station redevelopment, under the leadership of Lyndon Goode Architects’ Founding Director Simon Goode.
Maximising use of a steeply sloping backland plot in a Conservation Area, this 229sq m home burrows deep into the earth to create a semi-submerged yet light-filled building.
Described as "London's coolest theatre" by Harper's Magazine, our substantial redesign of the Royal Court’s front-of-house and leisure spaces improves usability and better expresses the theatre’s democratic outlook.
This proposal for eight new homes in London was part of LGA’s winning bid for Peabody’s Small Projects Panel, encouraging the housing association to select us from more than 300 architects.
An office interior scheme for Lyndon Goode Architects’ studio in Camden, with bespoke joinery and customised fittings.
A commercially astute decision to connect retail units to platforms with a raised walkway facilitates footfall and gives travellers more time to shop.
Our major overhaul of YMCA North London's fitness centre restored the art deco facade to its original glory, created an accessible gym, relocated and upgraded offices, and provided a comfortable and welcoming reception.
Uncompromising and compact, our two-and-a-half bedroom homes aim to provide innovative well-made, flexible living accommodation with high levels of natural light and amenity, as well as generous outdoor space.
Undertaken during the summer break, the project included a bar, cafe and reading room, with all furniture and joinery items custom designed for the college.
A regal take on the park café produces an elegant wooden structure that preserves the character of St. James’s Park.
Our proposal for this Grade II listed church in east London balances a desire to conserve a landmark building with the creation of unique homes in a sought-after area.
A development of 82 new high-specification apartments on “the noblest street in the world” in Hampstead. The proposal respects the Conservation Area’s striking 19th Century vernacular while introducing exciting contemporary architecture.
The Map Gift shop, located on the corner of Junction Road and St. John’s Grove, saw improvements to access as well as a new shop frontage.
A proposal for three houses on the tree-lined corner of West Heath Avenue. Inspired by the arts and crafts movement, the design responds sensitively to its context, while taking a contemporary approach towards architectural form.
King’s Cross Station remained fully operational throughout its £550m redevelopment, which was led by Lyndon Goode Architects’ Founding Director Simon Goode.
Toronto House is a dramatic waterside building that serves as gateway to the Maple Quays development at Canada Water.
A successful change-of-use consent to residential for part of this commercial-led estate is funding the provision of high-specification offices and new luxury apartments in a glamorous part of town.
Located in Chorleywood, the project looked to transform the 1904 property into a comfortable home.